Quotation Holweg, Christina, Teller, Christoph, Kotzab, Herbert, Reiner, Gerald. 2019. Strategies for reducing food waste in retailing: A multi-stakeholder perspective. INFORMS, Seattle, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 20.10.2019-23.10.2019.


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STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING FOOD WASTE IN RETAILING: A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE Authors: C. Holweg, C. Teller, H. Kotzab, G. Reiner Food waste has become an increasing issue for retailers in industrialized nations. The research investigates the causes of food waste across product categories and different retail store formats. In a mixed methods approach face-to-face interviews with store managers serve as the key source of information, complemented by expert interviews. Results reveal that the occurrence of food waste is impacted by various stakeholders and factors as e.g., the retail parent organization, employees, consumer’s shopping behavior, or regulatory constraints. We propose measures of prevention and reduction which also illustrate opportunities behind the issue of food waste.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title Strategies for reducing food waste in retailing: A multi-stakeholder perspective
Event INFORMS
Year 2019
Date 20.10.2019-23.10.2019
Country United States/USA
Location Seattle
URL https://www.informs.org/Meetings-Conferences/INFORMS-Conference-Calendar/2019-INFORMS-Annual-Meeting-Seattle

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Holweg, Christina (Details)
Reiner, Gerald (Details)
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Kotzab, Herbert (Universität Bremen, Germany)
Teller, Christoph (University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
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Retailing and Marketing IN (Details)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
5300 Economics (Details)
5307 Business and management economics (Details)
5320 Marketing (Details)
5363 Non-profit-sector research (NPO, NPI) (Details)
5407 Ethics and social sciences (Details)
5427 Poverty research, social exclusion (Details)
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